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The 33rd Mar del Plata International Film Festival will be held between November 10th and 17th, organized by the National Institute of Film and Audiovisual Arts (INCAA). With 64 years of history, the Festival is among the fifteen global A class festivals, a category it shares with Cannes, Venice and San Sebastian, among others, and also the only one in Latin America with that distinction.

This year, France will be the Guest Country of Honor, along with Jean Pierre Léaud, Léos Carax and Pierre Richard, who will present iconic movies of their filmographies.

Along with them, Mark Berger, Lucrecia Martel, Laura Huertas Millán, Fran Healy, Valeria Sarmiento, Don McKellar, Želimir Žilnik, Patricia Mazuy and Marta Minujín will be some of the protagonists of the 33rd edition of the most important film event in Latin America.

With more than 20 critics and programmers from around the world who come especially to Mar del Plata to watch and evaluate the selected films, the opening of the Festival will be on November 10 with the screening of Florianópolis Dream by Argentine director Ana Katz ("My Friend from the Park"), starring Mercedes Morán and Gustavo Garzón. The Festival will close with Roma, by Mexican director and Oscar winner Alfonso Cuarón ("Gravity", "Children of Men", "Y tu mamá también").

In this edition, and for the first time, on Sunday, November 18, the Mar del Plata cinemas will screen the awarded films, free of charge.



OFFICIAL COMPETITIONS

 

The Festival has seven official competitions:

"International"
"Latin American Feature Films"
"Latin American Short Film"
"Argentine Feature Films"
"Argentine Short Films"
"Altered States", which is added as an official competition almost 10 years after its incorporation as a section with the most risky and avant-garde films
"Work in Progress", a competition that is expanding for the first time to Latin America

 

Official Awards:

International Competition
Golden ASTOR for best feature film
Silver ASTOR for best director
Silver ASTOR for best actress
Silver ASTOR for best actor
Silver ASTOR to best screenplay
Silver ASTOR special jury prize.

Latin American Competition
Best feature film
Best short film

Argentine Competition
Best feature film
Best short film

Work in Progress
Best Project

Altered States
Best film

 

Unofficial Competitions Awards 

 

Original Soundtrack
Best film

Best International First Film
Young Critics' Jury Prize 

 

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

The Portuguese Woman, Rita Azevedo Gomes | Portugal
Belmonte, Federico Veiroj | Uruguay | Mexico | Spain
Cassandro the Exotico!, Marie Losier | France ’
The Dead and the Others, J. Salaviza, R. Nader Messora | Brazil | Portugal 
Between Two Waters, Isaki Lacuesta | España
If Beale Street Could Talk, Barry Jenkins | USA 
In Fabric, Peter Strickland | United Kingdom
Murder Me, Monster, Alejandro Fadel | Argentina | France|Chile
Skate Kitchen, Crystal Moselle |USA
There Will Come Soft Rains, Iván Fund |Argentina 
What You Gonna Do When The World’s on Fire, Roberto Minervini | Italy | USA | France
Yara, Abbas Fahdel | Lebanon |Irak | France

Jury:

María Alché, Maria Bonsanti, Valérie Massadian, Lluís Miñarro, Andrei Ujică.

 

LATIN AMERICAN COMPETITION

Tranny Fag, C. Priscilla, K. Goifman | Brazil 
Cómprame un revólver, Julio Hernández Cordón | México | Colombia 
Fausto, Andrea Bussmann | México | Canadá 
Introduzione all’oscuro, Gastón Solnicki | Argentina | Austria 
The Wolf House, C. León, J. Cociña | Chile 
The Migration, Ezequiel Acuña | Perú
The Crosses, T. Arredondo Lugon, C. Vásquez Méndez | Chile 
To War, Francisco Marise | Argentina | España | Portugal | Panamá 
Rosita, Verónica Chen | Argentina 
Once in the Night, Antonia Rossi | Chile 
Chubut, Freedom and Land, Carlos Echeverría | Argentina | Special Guest out of Competition

 

LATIN AMERICAN SHORT FILM COMPETITION

ALTIPLANO, Malena Szlam |Chile | Argentina
before my eyes, Lina Rodríguez | Colombia | Canadá
The Cemetery Lightens, Luis Alejandro Yero  | Cuba 
Big Bridge, Simón Vélez |Colombia |Argentina
Punky Eye, Luis Arnías | Venezuela |USA
The Orphan, Carolina Markowicz |Brazil 

Jury:

Adam Cook, Camila Donoso, Lee Sang-yong.

 

ARGENTINE COMPETITION

Constructions, Fernando Martín Restelli | Argentina | Qatar 
The Black Tree, M. Ciambella, D. Coluccio | Argentina 
The Endless Day, Alessia Chiesa | Argentina | France
The Son of the Hunter, G. Scelso, F. Robles | Argentina
The Weeping, Hernán Fernández | Argentina 
Missing, Martín Farina | Argentina 
Julia and the Fox, Inés María Barrionuevo | Argentina 
The Bed, Mónica Lairana | Argentina | Brazil
Tara's Footprint, Georgina Barreiro | Argentina
Yo niña, Natural Arpajou | Argentina 
The Buoy, Fernando Spiner | Argentina | Special Guest out of Competition

 

ARGENTINE SHORT FILMS COMPETITION

That Summer Without a Home, Santiago Reale | Argentina 
Berlin Leaves, Alejo Franzetti | Argentina 
Bicycles, Cecilia Kang | Argentina
Man Under the Rain, María Aparicio | Argentina 
Key, Washer, Coin, Alan Segal | Argentina 
The Lilántidas, Sebastián Basiluk | Argentina 
The Bastards, Tomás Posse | Argentina 
Meanwhile the Waves, D. Gavaldá, C. Rivoira | Argentina
Petit Daguerre, Leandro Listorti | Argentina 
Volcano, M. Reyes, Ariel Cheszes | Argentina

Jury:

Andy Starke, Violeta Kovacsics, José Luis Torres Leiva.

 

ALTERED STATES COMPETITION

Accession, Tamer Hassan, Armand Yervant Tufenkian | USA
Ada Kaleh, Helena Wittmann | Germany
Casanovagen / Casanova Gene, de Luise Donschen |Germany
Chaos, Sara Fattahi | Austria | Syria |Lebanon | Qatar
Cittá Giardino, Marco Piccarreda | Italy
Classical Period, Ted Fendt |USA
Dead Horse Nebula, Tarik Aktas | Turkey
The Ducks and the City, Flavia de la Fuente | Argentina 
I Remember the Crows, Gustavo Vinagre | Brazil
Ashore, Leonor Teles |- Portugal
A Local Kind of God, Benjamín Naishtat | Argentina 
Veslemøy's Song, de Sofia Bohdanowicz | Canada 

Jury:

Laura Huertas Millán, Natalia Marín, Mark Peranson.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS COMPETITION

The Calm After the Storm, Mercedes Gaviria | Colombia
Let the Lights Move Away, Javier Favot | Argentina
International Journal. Part I: Tropical Revolutions , Ivo Aichenbaum | Argentina
The Veteran, Jerónimo Rodríguez | Chile
Family, Edgardo Castro | Argentina
Boat Rower, Sabrina Blanco | Argentina
The Protagonist , Clara Picasso | Argentina
The Poets, Laura Citarella, Mercedes Halfon | Argentina
Los conductos, Camilo Restrepo | Francia |Colombia | Brazil
All the Light We Can See, Pablo Escoto | México
Social Life, Martín Shanly | Argentina
Westonia, Nadina Marquisio | Argentina

Jury

Chiara Marañón, Nico Marzano, Hernán Musaluppi.

 

RETROSPECTIVES

 

Maya Deren

A director but also choreographer, poet and dancer, Deren was against improvised and spontaneous cinema. Using herself as the main character in several of her experimental short films, her work conjured up a strange relationship between dreams, surrealist images and the recording of moving bodies.
A retrospective in 16mm, in restored versions of one of the most relevant filmmakers in history.
Meditation on Violence - USA - 1948
The Very Eye of Night - USA - 1959
Meshes of the Afternoon - USA - 1943
At Land - USA - 1944
Study in Choreography for Camera - USA - 1945
Ritual in Transfigured Time - USA - 1946

Wolfgang Staudte
Considered the "master" of post-war German cinema, Wolfgang Staudte (1906-1984) was a very curious and yet little revisited director who managed to work in both East and West Germany and summarize these two film cultures in his work. 11 feature films and a short film, all screened in 35mm, are part of this extensive retrospective sponsored by the Goethe Institut and programmed by Olaf Möller.
Ins Grab kann man nichts mitnehmen - Germany – 1941
Murderers Among Us - East Germany – 1946
Rotation - East Germany – 1948
The Story of Little Mook - East Germany – 1953
Leuchtfeuer - East Germany / Sweden – 1954
The Fair - West Germany – 1960
The Threepenny Opera - West Germany / France – 1962
Das Lamm - West Germany – 1964
Destination Death - West Germany / Yugoslavia – 1964
Little Secrets - West Germany / Bulgaria – 1968
Hot Traces of St. Pauli - West Germany – 1971
Yesterday’s Tomorrow - West Germany - 1978

Laura Huertas Millán
The work of the young Colombian filmmaker moves between the ethnographic documentary and the limits that the cinematographic practice establishes when trying to register reality (sometimes an altered or reinterpreted reality) or the experiences lived by the people who are portrayed. An artist interested in history, in people and in the resources that cinema offers to be able to talk about all this and, at the same time, always question it.
jeny303 - France – 2018
The Labyrinth - France / Colombia – 2018
Journey to a Land Otherwise Known - Colombia / France – 2011
Aequador - Colombia / France – 2012
Black Sun - France / Colombia – 2016
La libertad - Colombia / France / USA - 2017

 

100 Years of Ingmar Bergman in Argentina
Argentina and Sweden are two nations with a great cinematographic tradition. They are united by a singular element, as ours is one of the first countries to appreciate the value of the great filmmaker Ingmar Bergman: a close, decades-long relationship between the artist and the public, which influenced cinema, theater, psychoanalysis, the fight against censorship and the way of thinking. At the 100th anniversary of his birth, we rescue those ties that brought two geographically remote countries closer through art.

On one hand, an exhibition is held at the Casa Castagnino Museum for cinema and art lovers that follows the footsteps of Bergman in Argentina, through the posters of the premieres of his films in the country, and also the Bergman 1 in 100 exhibition, which traces its influence in the language of fashion and design. On the other hand, we present 100 Bergman, a collection book with articles by critics and film historians of today's Argentine cinema, under the direction of researcher Raúl Manrupe, and artworks by artists like Augusto Costhanzo, El Niño Rodríguez, SantiPozzi, Maicas and Spósit.

Eight of his feature films will be screened thanks to the support of the Embassy of Sweden, the Swedish Film Institute and Mirada Distributions.

 

GUEST COUNTRY OF HONOR: FRANCE

Some of the most important artists of French cinematography, who forged its most famous pages with their talent, will be visiting the 33rd Mar del Plata Film Festival. 

Jean-Pierre Léaud, one of the indelible faces of world cinema, who branded a movement (the Nouvelle Vague) that would change the history of cinema forever, ever since he inaugurated it as a child protagonist of The 400 Blows. At age 74, Léaud remains more active than ever, required by the most talented contemporary directors, and he will be presenting some of his memorable films, directed by names like François Truffaut, Jean Eustache and Albert Serra.

Pierre Richard, the timeless French comedian and unforgettable star of films like The Goat and The Fugitives, will accompany the retrospective dedicated to his work, as director and actor.

Léos Carax, one of the most personal directors of his country, who was able to capture in images the relationship between cinema, modernity and a romantic and unforgettable Paris in films like The Lovers of Pont-Neuf or Bad Blood, will also be present in this edition to tour his work with the public.

French cinema will have a vital presence throughout the festival's artistic programming, along with juries, critics and programmers who will accompany high-quality films.

 

RESTORATIONS

Watching restored copies of local films on the screen for the first time is one of the most pleasing proposals of the Festival. Thanks to the work of specialists and professionals, this edition features the prints of Prisoners of the Land (1939) by Mario Soffici, The Hour of the Furnaces (First part) (1968) by Pino Solanas and Octavio Getino, and Nobody’s Wife (1982), of the great Maria Luisa Bemberg.

An mandatory event: A hundred years after its premiere, the screening of Alcides Greca's The Last Indian Attack (1917) will show an avant-garde and ethnographic document that laid the foundations of anthropological film. The projection of this restored copy by the Pablo Ducrós Hicken Film Museum that was believed to be lost, will feature live music by Maia Koening.

In addition, six international that ever since their release have bet on modernity and recorded an era. These are films that raise, often within their auteurs' filmography, a dialogue between their forms and themes, always forcing the infinite possibilities of cinema and its genres. From a happy musical (Golden Eighties, by Chantal Akerman) to a film that preaches the end of the cinema -or perhaps only that of its director- (The Last Movie, by Dennis Hopper); from the re-reading á go-go of a Greek myth (the brilliant and avant-garde Funeral Parade of Roses, by Toshio Matsumoto) to the record of a filmmaker lost in the heart of darkness (The American Dreamer); from a lost writer between two cultures (A ilha dos amores, by Paulo Rocha) to an astronaut floating in space while his country disappears (Out of the Present, by Andrei Ujică).

 

FORUM: CINEMA AND GENDER PERSPECTIVE

REFLECTIONS ON INEQUALITIES IN CINEMA

For the first time in the history of the Festival, a key space has been created to deliberate on inequalities in cinema among women in the sector. Actresses, directors, producers and other participants can be part of this area of reflection on gender stereotypes, their reproduction in cinema, and their possible deconstruction. An exchange of experiences that seeks to build equality in the different areas of cinema. Moderator: Lic. Analía Barrionuevo.

Sunday 12 and Monday 13 at 10:30 in Tronador Concert

 

FILM CRITICISM WORKSHOP AND YOUNG JURY

With the aim of forming new critics committed to writing and strengthen and encourage the professional development of its participants through audiovisual exchange, and after a call to which more than one hundred applicants submitted, the 6 selected will form the Young Jury will give the prize to the Best International Premium Opera of the Festival competitions. The workshop will be in charge of Eduardo Antin (Quintin) and Fernando Ganzo with renowned critics and programmers, and is organized along with the Film Criticism Race, Universidad del Cine.

Young Jury: Giuliana Nocelli, Emmanuel Báez, Lucas Granero, Daniel Ángeles Hernández, Mercedes Orden, Ramiro Sonzini.

Coordination: Mariángela Martínez Restrepo.

 

GALAS

Art, Art, Art

The public will enjoy on a big screen the step by step of the creation of the "Parthenon of the Forbidden Books of Marta Minujín", in a unique record made by Alessio Rigo de Righi.

Unit XV

The fourth feature by Martín Desalvo narrates in desaturated colors the sufferings and the urgent escape of four characters, Guillermo Patricio Kelly, Jorge Antonio, Héctor Cámpora and John W. Cooke, referents of the Peronist movement history.

 

PANORAMA

Auteurs
Beyond the Competences, the Auteurs section is like a mini festival itself, with names and titles that nurture international cinephilia. An update of an extensive career in some cases, the confirmation of what was once a promise in others, in names that are written in capital letters: Lee Chang-dong, Olivier Assayas, Patricia Mazuy, Valeria Sarmiento, Spike Lee, CorneliuPorumboiu, Ben Wheatley, Hong Sang-soo, Carlos Vermut, Albert Serra, Jean-Marie Straub and JúlioBressane are some of the must-haves of this edition.

Original Soundtrack
Original Soundtrack is a place for those films that have music as a beacon to guide their narrative channels. And in this edition there are five discoveries: Almost Fashionable: A Film About Travis, -which will be presented by his frontman, Fran Healy-, where the Scottish band make their fans talk during a tour, while Carmine Street Guitars intrudes into a legendary local wood guitar Greenwich Village New York. At the local level, three documentaries deal with three very different scenes: Encandilan luces follows the exotic and psychotropic band Los Síquicos Litoraleños in their adventures; The Knacks: Leave me in the past, reconstruct the history of this particular national beat band, and A Girl's Band sheds light on the role of women on local stages with an indie approach.
Jury: María Fernanda Mugica, Mex Faliero and Jacky Goldberg.

Generation VHS
This is the opportunity to review masterpieces of past decadeson the big screen, or to discover them in the finest conditions. This year, all the focuses point to the great Hal Ashby, the director who influenced filmmakers like Wes Anderson, Alexander Payne, Judd Apatow and Richard Linklater, among many others. In addition to two of his films (Harold & Maude and Shampoo), a documentary called simply Hal presents his various facets.

Midnight Screamings

Few cinephile celebrations are as mythical as those that usually take place late at night at the Ambassador cinema. Those who have been there know what we are talking about. Some of the strongest emotions of the Festival will gather there. Paranoid thrillers, Japanese adrenaline adventures, satanic cults and psychotronic nightmares of different caliber are some of this year's proposals for the creatures of the night. 

Open Veins

Latin American genre films continue to grow, and that is why this year, the eighth consecutive one, takes place again at the Festival. The bulk of the directors that inhabit the Open Veins are already well-known figures for the public such as Daniel de la Vega, Pablo Parés, Rodrigo Aragão and the Onetti brothers, who are joined by Manuel Facal, already deeply rooted as a filmmaker. Bloody stories of swamp, tributes to the giallo, dark parties, classic black police and post-apocalyptic futures are the frames chosen by these talented filmmakers to frighten, entertain and reflect.

Children by the Sea

It is known that children can be the most demanding of audiences. And festivals are not usually the exception. This edition will present ten short and long stories that encourage the connection between entertainment and learning, music and experiment, craftsmanship and sophisticated animation production techniques.

New Auteurs

In its fourth year, this section affirms itself as the place where new talents on the international scene reverberate their power with fresh and new proposals that await to be discovered by new cinephilia.

Senses of Humor

Film festivals must include comedies. Not only because they are vital to understand cinema as a whole, but because they are necessary for a myriad of reasons. For starters, leaving them aside makes them look like they are a minor genre (there is no such thing) or something relegated to box office interests. In this section there are a handful of films from France, Argentina, the United States and Uruguay that show how you can make people laugh in very different, almost opposite ways. And we have no doubt that in the theaters laughter, smiles, and even crooked grimaces are contagious. We have to allow ourselves get carried away.

Super 8 - 16mm

In Argentina, the Super 8 and 16mm formats were early adopted by occasional filmmakers, but mostly by a handful of artists who saw in that technology an open door to capturing personal explorations. Luckily, film production remains active today. In its seventh consecutive year, the Festival offers an overview of the multiplicity of contemporary approaches within the borders of reduced formats, always with an emphasis on experimental works and documentaries, and a program dedicated to two pioneers: Luis Bras and Juan Villola.

 

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NON-OFFICIAL JURIES

ADDA (Argentine Association of Art Directors)

Juan María Roust | Marcelo Salvioli | Marcela Bozzano

ARGENTORES (General Society of Argentine Auteurs)

Graciela Maglie | Luisa Irene Ickovicz | Martín Salinas

DAC (Argentine Directors Associated)

Lita Stantic | Ariel Winograd | Sabrina Farji

EDA (Argentine Audiovisual Editors  Association)

Jacopo Quadri (Italia) | Andrea Chignoli (Chile) | Guille Gatti (Argentina)

FIPRESCI (International Federation of Cinematographic Press)

Federico Karstulovich | Sergio Moreira | Agustín Acevedo Kanopa

FNA (National Fund Arts)

Paula Bugni | Martín Juncadella | Nicolás Zukerfeld

GREENPEACE

Marcelo Piñeyro | Elena Roger | Romina Gaetani  | Fernando Avellaneda

RECAM (Special Reunion of Cinematographic Authorities & Mercosur Audiovisuals)

A select jury composed by a panel from Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay

SADAIC (Argentine Auteurs and Music Composers Society)

Agustín Clemente Leyes | Gustavo Miguel Loubet | Carlos Enrique Simoes 

SAE (Audiovisual Editors Argentine Society)

Carla Muzykantski | Emiliano Fardaus | Lautaro Colace

FUNDACIÓN SAGAI (Argentine Society of Management of Actors Performers)

Marcelo Subiotto | Tamara Garzon| Leticia Bredice | Luisa Kuliok

SICA (Argentine Cinematographic Industry Union)

Dora Ángela Roldán | Margarita Ciarlotti| Amilcar Omar Farías

SIGNIS (Catholic World Association for Communication)

Marcelo Fernández | Marcelo Tapia | Lorena Muñoz

PCI (PCI Films Directors Association)

Rafael Spregelburd | Celina Murga | Daniela Goggi

FUC (Film University)

6 young Latin Americans will be participating at the First Film Criticism Workshop and Young Jury - Best International Premiere.

 

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SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

They will take place in the following venues:

Sala Gregorio Nachman - Auditorium (NACH): Bvd. Marítimo Patricio Peralta Ramos 2280
Tronador Concert (TRO): Bvd. Marítimo Patricio Peralta Ramos 3143
Colón Square (PLZ): Buenos Aires 2100
Mar Museum (MAR y AUTO): Av. Camet y López de Gomara
Villa Victoria Ocampo Museum Cultural Center (VIC): Matheu 1851
Hills of Peralta Ramos Sports Center (CLN): A. Einstein 1502
Barrio Libertad Sports Center (LIB): Ituzaingó 8350
Barrio Las Heras Sports Center (LHS): Fortunato de la Plaza Avenue  8438
Melany Art Complex (MEL): San Luis 1750
Gran Hotel Dorá Microcinema (DOR): Buenos Aires 1841
Cinema - Los Gallegos Shopping (CIN): Rivadavia 3050

 

“MASTERCLASS BY LUCRECIA MARTEL: PHONURGIA”
MONDAY 12, 6 PM| TRONADOR CONCERT

“MASTERCLASS BY MARC BERGER: HOW TO LISTEN TO MOVIES”
FRIDAY 16, 11 AM | LOS GALLEGOS CINEMA

“CONVERSATIONS WITH MASTERS: VALERIA SARMIENTO AND PATRICIA MAZUY” (MEETING WITH THE PUBLIC)
WEDNESDAY 14, 6 PM | TRONADOR CONCERT

“CONVERSATIONS WITH MASTERS: JEAN PIERRE LÉAUD” (MEETING WITH THE PUBLIC)
TUESDAY 13, 6 PM | MAR MUSEUM

“CONVERSATIONS WITH MASTERS: LÉOS CARAX” (MEETING WITH THE PUBLIC)
THURSDAY 15, 6 PM | MAR MUSEUM

 

“PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK HOMAGES III”
As is customary at the Festival, we present the third volume of the book series Homages, this time dedicated to renowned artists and personalities of Argentine cinema such as Luis Arata, Pepe Arias, Sebastián Chiola, Alberto Closas, Tulio Demicheli, GoldeFlami, Amanda Ledesma, Sabina Olmos, Nathan Pinzón and Salvador Sammaritano. Written by Hector Argente, Pablo De Vita, Mario Gallina, Daniel Lopez, Raul Manrupe and Alejandra Portela.
Tuesday 13, 2 PM, Auditorium Theater – Sala Gregorio Nachman

“CINEMA IN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS”
Tuesday, 13th, Colinas de Peralta Ramos Sports Center,
Thursday 15th, Barrio Libertad Sports Center 
Friday 16th, Barrio Las Heras Sports Center
3 PM A Mouse Tale (David Bisbano, 84’)
5 PM Waiting for the Hears (Alejandro Doria, 96 ')

“BRING YOUR BLANKET AND WATCH”

Wednesday 14th, 8.30 PM Thinking of Him (Pablo César, 110 '), Victoria Ocampo Cultural Center

“100 YEARS OF INGMAR BERGMAN IN ARGENTINA”

In the 100th anniversary of his birth, a retrospective view of his work and a show exhibition at Castagnino Museum.
Saturday 10th to Sunday 25th

“MUSICAL NIGHTS”
FILM SCORES / Banda Sinfónica Municipal, Director: José María Ulla

Sunday 11th, 9:30 pm Radio City Theatre (San Luis 1750).
Soledad Villamil performs her show Popurrí
Friday 16, 9 PM Teatriz Club (Diagonal Pueyrredón 3338)

“FORUM: CINEMA AND GENDER PERSPECTIVE”
Reflections regarding inequalities in cinema 
Sunday 11th and Monday 12th, 10:30 AM. TRONADOR CONCERT Moderator: Lic. Analía Barrionuevo

1st FILM CRITICISM WORKSHOP AND YOUNG JURY
This meeting aims to strengthen and promote the professional development of Latin American film critics, through the exercise of writing and audiovisual exchange.
From Wednesday 14th to Saturday 17th 

 

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES DAY BY DAY

SUNDAY  11
24 HOURS OF NATIONAL CINEMA
12:00 MEL
WILL THAT BE WHY WE STOP DREAMING?
14:00 GRE

MONDAY 12
MASTERCLASS LUCRECIA MARTEL: PHONURGIA
14:00 TRO
TEN ARGENTINE WRITERS IN CINEMA AND OTHER THEMES
14:00 GRE

TUESDAY 13
BAFILM: NEW GUIDE OF PROFESSIONALS, PRODUCERS AND SERVICES
10:00 DOR
PRESENTATION OF THE  BOOK HOMAGES III
14:00 GRE
CINEPHILE DESIRE.POLITICS OF AUDIENCES
16:00 GRE
THE FUTURE OF ARGENTINE FICTION
18:00 TRO

WEDNESDAY 14
PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK MADRID IN THE CINEMA BY PEDRO ALMODÓVAR
14:00 GRE
STRENGTH AND INNOVATION OF COOPERATIVE AND COMMUNITY CINEMA
16:00 GRE
CONVERSATIONS WITH MASTERS: VALERIA SARMIENTO AND PATRICIA MAZUY
18:00 TRO

JUEVES 15
REVISTA DE CINE #5.FILM CRITICISM AS A TEXT.A DIALOGUE WITH LA VIDA ÚTILMAGAZINE
14:00  GRE
LECTURE ABOUT FILM RESTORATION
16:00 GRE

VIERNES 16
MASTERCLASS WITH MARK BERGER: HOW TO LISTEN TO MOVIES
10:00 CIN
BOOKS ABOUT LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA
14:00 GRE

 

MAR DEL PLATA MAKES YOU HAPPY - CINEMA
All-day Activities at Colón Square | From November 11th to the 17th

Audioguide: The Voice of the Sea
A tour through places, movies, streets and characters that were and still are part of the Festival.

Library
A selection of the best books about cinema to enjoy reading.

Posters Gallery
Lumiton, the brand that set the course of national cinema. A tour through the extensive production of the Lumiton Studios, with a selection of emblematic posters.

Optical toys 
Dark camera, teleidoscope, theater praxinoscope.

 

PROGRAMMIMG PER DAY

SUNDAY 11
VIRTUAL REALITY
2 PM TO 7 PM Meeting Poinr
CINEMA: Awarded short films
2 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS:  Stop motion
2 PM: Workshops
CINEMA: short films by Juan Pablo Zaramella 
3:30 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Movies with cell phones
5 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Natacha, the Movie, Eduardo Pinto and Fernanda Ribeiz
2 PM: CINE.AR
AUTOCINE: An Unexpected Love
8 PM Autocine MAR Museum

MONDAY 12
VIRTUAL REALITY: La secta del gatillo
2 PM to 7 PM Meeting Point
CINEMA: short films by Juan Pablo Zaramella 
2 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Movies with cell phone
2 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Argentine short films
3 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Stop motion
16:00 Workshops
CINEMA: La máquina que hace estrellas
5 PM: CINE.AR
AUTOCINE: My Master Piece
8 PM: Autocine MAR Museum

TUESDAY 13
VIRTUAL REALITY: Ballavita / La secta del gatillo
2 PM TO 7 PM MEETING POINT
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 1
2 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Films without a camera.
2 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 1
3:30 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Cinema’s childhood - Optical toys
5 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Free Birds, Flying adventures, by Daniel De Felippo y Gustavo Giannini
5 PM: CINE.AR

WEDNESDAY 14
VIRTUAL REALITY: Hotel Zentai
2 PM TO 7 PM MEETING POINT
CINEMA: Sort films by Juan Pablo Zaramella
2PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Cinema’s childhood - Optical toys
5 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 1
3:30 PM CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Films without a camera.
2 PM Workshops
CINEMA: A Mousse Tale, by David Bisbano
5 PM: CINE.AR

THURSDAY 15
VIRTUAL REALITY: Breaking Point / Hotel Zentai
2 PM TO 7 PM MEETING POINT
CINEMA: Argentine short films
2 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: FX Make up - Wounds.
2 PM Workshops
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 1
3:30 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Video 360º  and virtual reality.
5 PM Workshops
CINEMA: La máquina que hace estrellas, by Esteban Echeverría
5 PM: CINE.AR

FRIDAY 16
VIRTUAL REALITY: Metro veinte, cita a ciegas / Séquito arrogante / Bonfiglio - Silva Echeverría / Hotel Zentai
2 PM TO 7 PM MEETING POINT
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 1
2 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: Video 360º  and virtual reality.
2 PM: Workshops
CINEMA: Awarded short films CINE.AR 2
3:30 PM: CINE.AR
WORKSHOPS: FX Make up - Wounds.
5 PM: Workshops
CINEMA: Natacha, the Movie, by Eduardo Pinto and Fernanda Ribeiz
5 PM: CINE.AR

SATURDAY 17
REALIDAD VIRTUAL: Ganador del Festival de Sitges / Ganadores del Rally Inmersivo MDQ / La secta del gatillo
14:00 a 19:00 Punto de Encuentro
CINE: Cortometrajes argentinos
14:00 Espacio CINE.AR
TALLERES: Laboratorio de sonidos para películas
14:00 y 17:00 Talleres
CINE: Cortometrajes de Juan Pablo Zaramella
15:30 Espacio CINE.AR
CINE: Lucha, jugando con lo imposible, de Ana Quiroga y Miguel Pérez
17:00 Espacio CINE.AR

 

 

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